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    Recline – Lie, rest, lean

    Senile – Infirm, aged, weak

    Indolent – Lazy, sluggish, inactive

    Suave – Polite, gentle

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    Parsimonious – Economical, miserly, overly

    Immaculate – Clean, perfect, spotless

    Ebullient – Stormy, boiling, eruptive

    Genial – Cheering, jolly, hearty

    Altruistic – Devoted, unselfish, philanthropic

    Gingerly – Carefully, tenderly, cautiously

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